Friday, 26 February 2021 – 20:03 WIB
The progress of the construction of Musala Al Muhajirin which is located in RW 10 Klaster Water Garden Grand Wisata, Lambang Jaya Village, South Tambun, Bekasi Regency, has reached 75 percent. Photo: ANTARA / Pradita Kurniawan Syah
jpnn.com, BEKASI – Residents of RW 10 Klaster Water Garden Grand Wisata, South Tambun, Bekasi Regency, West Java, have to deal with the law after being sued by a housing developer for building a prayer room.
“The lawsuit, which was initially mediated, failed, so that it entered the trial stage at the Cikarang District Court,” said local resident Rahman Kholid as the defendant in a written statement received on Friday (26/2).
He said the residents were sued by PT Putra Alvita Pratama, which is a cluster developer belonging to the Sinarmas Group.
The lawsuit is numbered 326 / Pdt.G / 2020 / PN Ckr which contains citizens who are sued in matters of performance.
Rahman explained that the lawsuit was related to the construction of the Musala Al Muhajirin which was built in the middle of the cluster with funds from the joint venture of residents.
The mosque was erected on 226 square meters of land that residents purchased from the developer in 2015 for IDR 1.6 billion. After several years of installments, the land was finally paid off and a musala was started.
“We really need this place of worship considering that the closest mosque to the residents’ houses is three kilometers away, so we took the initiative to build a prayer room with joint funds,” he said.
In the process, he said, the construction of the musala was actually questioned by the developer, because it was considered to have violated the rules on the grounds that according to the permit, the land was designated for housing.
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